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49 x 21 = 2016,   QRP CW

Turned out to be a really busy weekend but I got in some time.  Seems like the way to score in this one would have been to work a lot of 7QP and IQP stations S&P on Saturday afternoon.  But this is my chance to run with 5 watts and I was determined to run.  (and I thought 7qp continued thru Sunday , oops)  And conditions were not qrp friendly.  I had a couple solid half hour runs last year, but not this time.  A few members pulled me out, tnx!

Dave

 

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  1. Last one from my station as it has been configured with a directive antenna and tower…I’ll still be around with a few wires in the trees.

    NEWE QSOPARTY Summary Sheet
    
           Start Date : 2018-05-05
    
        CallSign Used : W1CTN
          Operator(s) : W1CTN
    
    Operator Category : SINGLE-OP
                 Band : ALL
                Power : HIGH
                 Mode : MIXED
     Default Exchange : NHV CT
           Gridsquare : FN31LL
    
                 Name : DAVE ARRUZZA
              Address : 32 BENZ ST
       City/State/Zip : ANSONIA  CT   06401
              Country : UNITED STATES
    
         ARRL Section : CT
            Club/Team : CTRI CONTEST GROUP
             Software : N1MM Logger+ 1.0.7161.0
    
            Band   Mode  QSOs     Pts  Mul  Pt/Q
             3.5  CW      26      52    0   2.0
             3.5  LSB     26      26    3   1.0
               7  CW       3       6    2   2.0
               7  LSB    147     146    6   1.0
              14  CW      26      52    0   2.0
              14  USB    344     344   41   1.0
              21  CW      12      24    0   2.0
           Total  Both   584     650   52   1.1
    
    
                Score : 33,800
                  Rig : FT2000 VL1000 1KW
    
             Antennas : 80/40 DIPOLES 20/15 T10 LOG PERIODIC 
    

    Soapbox : 8 HRS CHAIR TIME. SUNDAY PROPAGATION WAS POOR TO FAIR.
    LOW ACTIVITY ON 80 METERS. 20 AND 40 WERE THE MONEY MAKERS.
    I WILL SIMPLY CONCENTRATE ON THEM IN THE FUTURE WITH MORE CW.

  2. 2018 New England QSO Party
    
    Call: W1DX
    Operator(s): W1AN KB1RFJ N6ERD
    Station: W1AN
    
    Class: M/S HP
    QTH: CT
    Operating Time (hrs): 15
    
    Summary:
     Band  CW-Dig Qs  Ph Qs
    ------------------------
       80:    146        4
       40:    195      122
       20:    126      380
       15:                
       10:                
    ------------------------
    Total:    467      506  Mults = 81  Total Score = 116,640
    
    Club: CT RI Contest Group
    
    Always an enjoyable contest. Good to have old friends over.
    Focus was on phone operations with me to fill in with CW.
    
  3. WB2VVV was QRV for a few hours on Sunday: Single Op, Low Power, Unassisted, 215 QSOs X 37 Mults = 7955

    Club: CTRI Contest Group

  4. Call: W1XX
    Ops: K1XA W1XX
    Station: W1XX

    Class: Multi Op Single Xmtr HP
    QTH: WASRI
    Op Time (hrs): 20

    Summary:
    Band CW Qs Ph Qs
    ————————————————
    80: 119, 8
    40: 215 20
    20: 419 836
    ————————————————
    Total: 753 864
    Mults = 88 Score = 208,560

    Club: CTRI Contest Group

    Comments:
    With the 40 meter beam on the ground for repairs, there was not much chance of repeating for top MS score. The results proved that to be right. But hey… the antenna is on the way to good health and be back up soon. We had some fun highlights in the contest like new mult VP2MNI calling in on 20 phone in the last minute. It was fun as always. CTRI’ers worked included K1SX, K1ECU, W1DX, K2LE/1 (Lars KE1J), KA1VMG and probably more worked by the guest op K1XA. If you were on, post your score here.

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